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Join JetBlue this April by taking part in the Great Global Cleanup!

It’s Earth Month, and JetBlue For Good is turning up the green supporting EARTHDAY.ORG and the Great Global Cleanup. 

GreenUp™ is part of JetBlue For Good, the airline’s platform for social impact and corporate responsibility. The initiative encompasses JetBlue’s commitment to the environment.

This April for Earth Month, JetBlue is proud to support the efforts of EARTHDAY.ORG participation in The Great Global Cleanup across our network and beyond.  Plus, you could win one of 20+ carbon-neutral JetBlue prizes, including 2 roundtrip Mint tickets. When you register your cleanup you are eligible to receive 20 entries into the JetBlue GreenUp sweepstakes.

Get Involved

  • Choose whether you want to create a cleanup or join a cleanup.

Plan a Private Cleanup

  • Select a location, such as a nearby park, river, or trail to cleanup
  • Take pictures and have fun!
  • Return to this page to share your cleanup results and to be entered in the 2023 JetBlue GreenUp Sweepstakes.

Join a Public Cleanup

  • You can find a public cleanup on the Global Cleanup Map to join in a city near you.
  • Contact the cleanup organizer for the event you want to join
  • If no public cleanup is available, please plan a private cleanup.
  • Take pictures and have fun!

Share Your Cleanup

  • Finished your Cleanup? Please share your results on the Share Your Cleanup form
  • Tell us about the cleanup and the amount of trash you collected
  • Once you share you will have 20 entries in the 2023 JetBlue GreenUp Sweepstakes
  • Share it on social media at @earthdayorg @jetblue #greatglobalcleanup


By entering the JetBlue 2023 GreenUp Sweepstakes, I have read and agreed to the Official Rules I understand that my information will be shared with JetBlue for the purpose of administering the sweepstakes and in accordance with JetBlue’s Privacy Policy.

JetBlue’s environmental strategy focuses on mitigating climate risks with the potential to impact its business and the aviation industry in the long-term. As part of its ongoing efforts to combat climate change, in 2020, JetBlue became the first U.S. airline to achieve carbon neutrality on all domestic flying, largely through carbon offsets, while building up lower carbon technologies with targets to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2040.

Check out JetBlue’s Sustainability Report here!

Fast Facts about Global Waste


Premature deaths annually caused by uncontrolled burning of household waste.


People live without any waste collection services.


Of all plastics ever produced have accumulated in the natural environment or landfills.

Reducing your waste while at home! Ready to help us in our global campaign to build clean communities? Learn more about how you can help as an individual.

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Tiny But Deadly: Cigarette butts are the most commonly polluted plastic, 4.5 Trillion butts currently pollute our global environment. Learn more about how EARTHDAY.ORG is cleaning up tiny toxic waste.

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About JetBlue Airways:

JetBlue is New York’s Hometown Airline®, and a leading carrier in Boston, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood,  Los Angeles,  Orlando, and San Juan. JetBlue carries customers across the U.S, Caribbean, and Latin America. For more information, visit

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